News and Announcements

Your School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) has been looking at Navarro district health/wellness issues.

The council is looking at issues such as teen pregnancy, obesity, nutrition, diabetes, teen driving, vaping, suicide, language usage, etc. and comparing them to national statistics. We've been talking with administrators, parents, and staff to try to identify any concern areas our students, staff, and faculty may have that keeps them from being as healthy as they can. We hope to have a survey, either at the end of this year or the beginning of next to get your input as to health/wellness concerns you may have. Please don't hesitate to contact the SHAC if you'd like to be a part of this fact gathering process or if you have concerns.
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K12 ALERTS via Text Messaging

Navarro ISD will be issuing alerts via text messaging through our K12 Alerts system starting May 1st. If you would like to receive alerts via text messaging, you will need to login and update your cell phone options. Our system has been upgraded to allow 2 cell phone entries per account. Click the link above to login to your account.

***Messages sent via text messaging might cause a fee to be charged to your cell phone bill. Navarro ISD is not responsible for any fees***

The district will run a test alert on Thursday evening April 27th.
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Panthers Feeding Panthers

There are children in Navarro ISD that go home to an empty refrigerator? As teachers at Navarro Elementary we have unfortunately seen it firsthand. Some of these children eat breakfast and lunch at school and those might be the only meals that they get. If they are late to school and don’t tell their teacher that they haven’t had breakfast then they have not had anything to eat since lunch the day before….and we want them to learn to read and comprehend and multiply and divide?
So, the big question is, how are we going to fix this? We already have a plan, we just need your help!

Click above to see how you can help.
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Navarro ISD Fine Arts Christmas Extravaganza

Students, Parents, Staff and Community are invited to attend the NISD Fine Arts Christmas Extravaganza on Thursday, December 14th. The event is free and open to the community. We will be accepting canned goods and other non-perishable food items as well as toys to donate to area families.
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7th grade GT class drive to benifit the Guadalupe County Humane Society

The 7th grade GT class will be collecting items to donate to the Guadalupe County Humane Society from Monday, November 27th - Friday, December 8th. Items being collected are paper towels, green cleaner, and cat/dog treats. Junior High students will donate to their 2nd period classroom. The 2nd period class donating the most items will receive a snack party. Items may also be dropped off at the Junior High office.
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